Sunday, August 25, 2013

Treating KYO and Jitsu/ HARA diagnosis

First you must know how to tell the difference...
JItsu
looks raised, stands out excess muscle tension feels hard/ heat coming off body hot to touch and feels full and alive repels touch and is easy to find. Client will feel safe/ local discomfort/ pain and have local reliefs.


Kyo
looks hollow, depressed, weak, lack of muscle tension and feels unnatually soft/ cold or empty... lifeless and is difficult to find. client feels vulnerable, deep, unpleasent pain, deep relaxation and undernourished.

KYO-deficient
*sensitive touch
*Hold pressure w/palm or thumb for longertime10/15
or until palm becomes alive.
*HOld stretches longer.

JITSU-excess
*shortertime on jitsu area
*shorter stretching
*rocking and shaking body part moves excess qui out of area

General principals
1. use your weight/gravity NOT stregnth
2. give shiatsu effortlessly
3. stay relaxed/dont tense up
4. stabilize your weight by moving your whole body with your HARA
5. use your weight at L right angles
6. hold your weight on reciever/shorttime 5-15 seconds.
7. use equal weight with both hands.
8. use steady rhythm
9. keep contact with reciever throughout.

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The mu points or mother points of Hara Diagnosis...
  1. Liver 14 - liver
  2. Gall Bladder 24 - gall bladder
  3. Gall bladder 25 - spleen
  4. CV12 - stomach
  5. CV 3 - bladder
  6. CV 4 - kidney
  7. Lung 1 - lung
  8. Stomach 25 - large intestine
  9. CV 15 - heart
  10. CV 14 - Pericardium 
 *"CV 17, 9, 4 - triple warmerCV 4 - small intestineThese can be used for diagnosis and treatment, in fact CV 12 is considered the command point for all the internal yang organs of transportation while Liver 14 is considered the command point for all the internal yin organs of transformation. Further CV 6 is considered the sea of chi, CV 9 is considered a point that governs water metabolism, CV 25 is a point that is considered the great eliminator, Spleen 15 and 16, especially on the left, are points that are used to stimulate intestinal peristalsis, point on the lower abdomen such as CV 3 (an important point for the chong mo meridian), stomach 29, 28, 27 are considered very important for gynecological problems, especially blood stagnation syndromes in women." (info from http://www.planetherbs.com/diagnosis/hara-diagnosis-abdominal-palpation.html)
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Stomach massage HARA Diagnosis
Looking for the jitzu and Haan to connect the two and revive the energy channels.
Jitzu is excess tightness resistance
Haan is hollow spot deficiency

Stomach meridian helps to draw Earth energy out
spleen having excess is actually deficient because it's the spleen having so much work it gets tired out and can't do it all. It's starting under the zyphoid process and  continuing in a specific order. In the video he shows you quickly... but it's a good idea to do light pressure and try to feel what the client needs rather than just go gung ho into it.
 





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